Fresh Brew is a new series of online morning conversations covering a variety of topics about all things architecture and design. Fresh Brew aims to provide the general public and industry professionals with engaging dialogue and to provide a space for inspiration during these challenging times.

Register for the full "Fresh Brew: Placemaking" series in the month of June and receive discounted rates:

  • General Admission Series: $25 for full 3- program series

  • AIA Member Series: $12 for full 3-program series

Become a "Fresh Brew" sponsor — opportunities are now available! Questions? info@centersf.org

PLACEMAKING SERIES
Public Health + Placemaking

Tuesday, 5.26.20 | 9 - 10 AM

This inaugural webisode of Fresh Brew: Placemaking, we’ll explore how the Memphis Medical District Collaborative and local efforts around San Francisco’s Civic Center are creating a new sense of connectedness to both the place and between people.

DESIGN TECH SERIES

Virtual Design Hour

Thursday, 5.28.20 | 9 - 10 AM

Physical distancing is the new norm — explore design technology for pandemic-safe distancing in the workplace which aims to inform clients what they need to do to make the right decisions.

(Image: Vintage Everyday)

PLACEMAKING SERIES

Placemaking on the Waterfront

Tuesday, 6.2.20 | 9 - 10 AM

Waterfronts in cities all around the world have undergone unique transformations. This webisode examines the Golden Gate National Recreation Area around the San Francisco Bay and La Marina de Valencia, Spain.

PLACEMAKING SERIES

Fundación

Placemaking México

Tuesday, 6.9.20 | 9 - 10 AM

Host Robin Abad Ocubillo will be joined by Guillermo Bernal, Executive Director, Fundación Placemaking México + Founder, Lugares Públicos, a Mexican nonprofit organization who conducts community outreach programs in public spaces.

PLACEMAKING SERIES

Data-Driven Storytelling

Tuesday, 6.16.20 | 9 - 10 AM

Host Robin Abad Ocubillo will be joined by Eric Rodenbeck, Founder of Stamen Design in San Francisco, which builds beautiful, playful, technically sophisticated projects for clients from the Dalai Lama to the World Health Organization to scientists around the world.

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